[CR]Oops... Re: Masi GC

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From: <BobHoveyGa@aol.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2003 21:55:41 EDT
To: jimallen@nctimes.net, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR]Oops... Re: Masi GC

Jim Allen writes:
>Bob Hovey indicates below that I said that a 1998 Masi Gran Criterium
>was built in San Marcos. This is clearly not correct. I *think* that the
>last one's were built in San Marcos were around 1989 or so. Perhaps Joe
>Starck can chime in here on when he built his last GC.

Dang, did I say that? Sorry Jim, my fingers musta got tangled when I was typin' ... I meant 1988 of course (which is evident from the rest of my post where I mentioned the 96 and 97 Torelli catalogs...). So it's the the period from 89-96 I'm trying to fill in.

Original Message:
>Speaking of Masi history (and because the world can always use another Masi
>thread) does anyone out there know what year the LAST Gran Criterium was
>produced at San Marcos?  I have a 1998 that was built there (according to Jim
>Allen).  I also have 96 and 97 Torelli catalogs which by then describe the GC as a
>US-painted Italian import.
>I hope you don't consider this too far off-topic... I'd just really like to
>know the R.I.P. date for what some folks consider one of the nicest US
>'production' frames.


>Bob Hovey

>Columbus, GA